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Political Science QuarterlyA well-written and fascinating book on how legal systems vary across capitalist regimes. The authors . . . are two legal scholars who use corporate governance as the lens through which to observe the complex web of institutional dynamics that are woven together by law, economics, finance, firms, labor, and governments. . . . We would highly recommend this book to students of corporate governance, law, economics, and finance. It is a pleasure to read, because it combines a sophisticated and comprehensive conceptual model with very interesting and intricate case studies.
— R.V. Aguilera and A.K. Vadera